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Dutch solutions for vital societies at Upgraded Life Festival. Come and meet us!

Written by Raisamiina Rimpelä on April 19, 2017

The Netherlands has a strong position in the global Life Sciences & Health industry. It is home to a vibrant, concentrated cluster of more than 2200 life science and medtech companies and research organizations. Biomedical research at Dutch universities and medical centers is highly marked in the global rankings….Read More

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Being in good health is personal capital

Written by Raisamiina Rimpelä on April 5, 2017

Most of us are not saving money just to have more money. We’re thinking of something to spend the money on. When it comes to planning for the future, it’s wise to start saving and investing some of our income at some point. We realise the…Read More

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Solving Hard Problems in Healthcare. Startup Perspective.

Written by Raisamiina Rimpelä on September 27, 2016

On Upgraded Life TALKS vol. 1 we gathered all the bright minds, starting from healthcare professionals and medical students, to startups and industry players, and talked about the future of healthcare and it’s current problems.

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The outcome of the panel discussion was that…Read More

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”I’ve been anxiously waiting for this future to come for nine years”

Written by Raisamiina Rimpelä on May 9, 2016

”It really is high time we move from nursing to healthcare,” says Francke.

Patrick Francke believes and trusts in data. In his opinion, health should be managed above all based on data.

”I’ve been anxiously waiting for this future to come for nine years. Now at last I…Read More

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Social Connection is a Gateway to Mental and Physical Health – But How Does IT Work Online?

Written by Raisamiina Rimpelä on April 13, 2016

Functional relationships to friends, family and other loved ones are an important source of mental resilience and wellbeing, as well as physical health. According to research, loneliness and isolation are a connected to increased mortality rates, thereby constituting a severe health risk factor. In terms of mental health, research…Read More

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